“Sticking with Chemistry” is the theme for National Chemistry Week 2020 and as you may be able to guess, the focus is on adhesives.
In The Negro Cowboys, published in 1965, Phillip Durham and Everett L. Jones believed at least five thousand black cowhands worked in the West during the late nineteenth-century.
This post marks the 75th observance of National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) and the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) this month.
Not long ago, the Geography & Map Division tweeted this business map of Bristol, Bordentown, Burlington, and Mount Holly in the New Jersey/Pennsylvania area. Naturally, the business librarian in me perked up, because it is a great example of how maps and company information can come together. When doing historical research on a local business, […]
African Americans history is full of business pioneers and the beauty product industry is no exception. From the more well-know Madam C. J. Walker to modern day mogul Rihanna.
Do you want to learn more about the Library’s science and business collections and services? Please join us in our virtual booth “Collections: Science, Technology, and Business” at the 2020 Library of Congress National Book Festival, September 25-27.
There are a few events like author talks and Q&As that those interested in business and science topics might be interested in at the virtual 2020 National Book Festival on September 25-27.
Sophie Lefebvre looks back on her unexpectedly virtual experience as a 2020 Junior Fellow at the Library of Congress.
2020 Junior Fellow Sophie Lefebvre explores advertising in telephone books and offers some suggestions for exploring and understand advertising though telephone books.
Businesses rely on statistics and the U.S. Census Bureau supplies many of them, but business librarians also rely on them for all sorts of questions.